Fans of Adidas football boots may well be getting excited, with the brand set to launch their latest Crazylight product for their 20th anniversary.
Adidas - for the first time - will bring Crazylight to their classic Predator boot, with the product going on sale from tomorrow.
Crazylight technology has in fact been around since April, with Real Madrid's Welsh superstar Gareth Bale donning the f50 boot for the La Liga giants as they went on to win the Champions League last season.
The design of the Predator Crazylight looks set to bring the lightweight technology together with the control of the Predator Instinct as the brand are seemingly set to further expand and adapt to their target audience.
Adidas have also introduced sprintframe technology, which gives them their unique selling point when making this product available.
It appears, then, that a number of football stars have have tested the product in recent time, but it remains to be seen as to just how popular this latest boot will become.
Adidas are without a doubt one of the leading football brands on the market right now, with a number of world-wide stars wearing their product. As well as Bale, the likes of Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard and German ace Bastian Schweinsteiger are involved with Adidas, whilst Lionel Messi wears his own special Adidas boot.
Messi, of course, is recognised as one of the world's greatest players, and continues to act as a key figure at the head of the Adidas stable.
Football boots of course have become massive in the global market in recent time, and new technology will only continue to help develop specific boots over the coming years. It will be interesting to see which of Adidas' elite stars play in the new Crazylight Predator boots over the course of the season. Fans may well pay close attention to the top stars over the coming week as they consider purchasing Adidas' latest product.
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